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Slovenia’s state electricity producer says it has won €58 million in interest in a final award against the owner of a coal-fired power plant in Bosnia and Herzegovina – clearing the way for a related ICSID case to resume.
07 November 2023
UPDATED WITH AWARD: An ICSID tribunal has rejected a Bulgarian company’s €35 million claim against Serbia over the alleged expropriation of an underwater coal mine.
20 September 2023
A Canadian family has won compensation in an ICSID claim against Serbia over the expropriation of a dairy farm by Serbia's privatisation agency.
30 June 2023
A pair of companies have applied to annul an ICSID award that rejected its €300 million treaty claim against Serbia, as an Emirati company and its US CEO also seek to revive an unrelated US$326 million claim against Armenia at the centre.
05 June 2023
A Turkish transport technology company has reportedly threatened to bring a treaty claim against Serbia over a cancelled contract to provide electronic ticketing services for Belgrade’s public transport system.
21 March 2023
A split ICSID tribunal has declined to hear a €300 million claim against Serbia over a shopping centre development, finding it was an abuse of process.
01 February 2023
UPDATED WITH CAST LIST: Croatia says it has defeated a €230 million claim brought by a Canadian real estate investor who sought to invoke a treaty on issues of state succession – as the state gears up for a new arbitration with Hungarian oil and gas group MOL.
17 November 2022
Claimants apparently linked to a Canadian family of private equity investors have brought a treaty claim against Serbia over a real estate project – bringing the number of pending ICSID proceedings involving the Balkan state to seven.
01 June 2022
Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić has said he expects Anglo-Australian mining group Rio Tinto will seek international arbitration if his government goes ahead with plans to cancel a multibillion-dollar lithium exploration project that has sparked nationwide protests.
14 January 2022
An outdoor advertiser had launched an ICSID claim against Serbia alleging its concession was breached when a rival was also granted permission to operate billboards in Belgrade.
18 March 2021
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